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“Stunning Chattanooga Views”“We invite you to enjoy our complimentary Express Start breakfast featuring our signature
Posted by: Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lookout Mountain

“Newly Renovated Hotel”“This hotel offers brand new furnishing, bedding, carpeting and a fresh brand new look. Fo
Posted by: Best Western Plus Arbour Inn & Suites

“Close To Restaurants and Attractions”“Inside this Chattanooga hotel, guests will find spacious, well-appointed rooms, each comp
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“Excellent Value For The Price- -Very Clean !”Lee, Canonsburg - “We stayed there 8/8/11. It's a great value for the money. O
Said about: Super 8 Motel Chattanooga/Ooltewah

“Awesome Stay @ The Doubletree”Tom, Woodstock - “Very Very Nice Hotel- The staff was awesome- especially Wen
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At the intersections of Interstates 75, 24 and 59, Chattanooga boasts myriad claims to fame. The Glenn Miller Orchestra won the music industry's first gold record for a song about Chattanooga -- The Chattanooga Choo Choo. In 1926, miniature golf was invented in 1926 on Lookout Mountain by Garnet Carter, founder of nearby Rock City Gardens. In 1939, Chattanooga's Davenport Mills was the first commercial maker of nylon hose. Chattanooga's Walnut Street Bridge is the world's longest pedestrian span, and Chattanooga has the world's steepest passenger railway line -- the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway. Chattanooga's Tennessee Aquarium is the world's largest freshwater aquarium, and Chattanooga's Hunter Museum of Art showcases the South's largest collection of American art. The world's first franchised Coca-Cola bottling plant was built in Chattanooga by a pair of area attorneys scooping up bottling rights for $1 each, and Chattanooga has the nation's first and largest military park -- Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. Chattanooga's Hamilton Place is Tennessee's largest mall, and the Lookout Mountain Flight Park and Training School graduates more pilots annually than any other flight school in the world. And as if all this variety weren't enough, more than 300 kinds of trees and 900 types of wildflowers grow in the Chattanooga area, more than anywhere on earth, except central China. Lodging accommodations range from family owned motels and inns to hotels with intrigue such as the Chattanooga Choo Choo / Holiday Inn, where the lobby, a former railroad terminal, contains the world's largest freestanding brick dome, with an interior height stretching 85 feet.

We have organized our listings of Chattanooga's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Chattanooga area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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Hotels located in cities outside the Chattanooga area including Hixson, Kimball and Monteagle.
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Hotels located south of Chattanooga, in the NW corner of the state of Georgia.
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Hotels near Lovell Field Airport (CHA), located approximately 10 miles east of the city.

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Area Facts: The Chattanooga Choo Choo, the first wood-burning locomotive to carry passengers between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, immortalized by Glenn Miller's orchestra and Tex Beneke's Modernaires in the 1940s, is still sitting on Track 29 at Terminal Station. The area code for Chattanooga is 423.

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